Just like every other NFL team, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers made a mad scramble after the draft was completed to sign some of the top undrafted talent available. Last season, 31 percent of all players on NFL rosters came into the league as undrafted free agents, making this aspect of the draft process arguably just as important as this weekend's seven-round marathon.
In all, the Bucs have announced 11 official signings, bringing in prospects from well-known programs like Florida and Texas A&M, while also digging as deep as Virginia-Lynchburg to find talent.
As opposed to their all-offense draft class, Tampa Bay's undrafted free-agent crop is balanced evenly, with six offensive signings and five players coming in on the defensive side of the ball.
It's always tough to assign a grade to rookies who haven't even hit the field yet, but based on their potential value, here is how the Bucs made out in their search for the next "diamond in the rough."